At the End of the Day

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When it comes to why we work, there’s got to be something more waiting for us at the end of the day than our quarterly results.

 

Under it all there's often a singular motivating force. Sure, peripheral factors figure into the equation – finding meaning, making a difference, creating wealth and the ability to enjoy a lifestyle we love. While these are important; they're just not the most important.

The bottom line is that we work for the life we want to live with our loved ones.

Yet in the process of building, right-siding or expanding a business, many CEOs end up straining and sometimes losing the relationships that mean the most. It’s a harsh reminder that accomplishments and lifestyles are only exciting, meaningful and fulfilling when shared with people who matter to us.

From that perspective, work shares the highest common denominator of everything that’s important in life: Relationships.

That’s why the CEO2 model puts relationships front and center from Day One.

When we know ourselves better, when we’re clear about who we are and what we want for our organizations, we experience new levels of focus, mastery and influence.

CEO2 accomplishes that by engaging people at every level in the enterprise in a way that's never been possible before. Using a series of real-time, mission-critical projects, we bring a new vitality to the strategy, design and culture of the enterprise.

We primarily focus on the context of the business and on building the relationships, attitudes and cooperation necessary to get things done with velocity. Keep reading to get an idea of how we get all hands on deck.

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